Single Swing PP Breakout - Option #1

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This can be a very effective option if you have a player with exceptional speed.  Designate F1 as the player with speed and have them swing behind the net to pick up the puck.  Their goal is to skate the puck with a lot of speed up the outside of the  ice on their forehand side.  F2 swings through the middle of the ice and supports F1.  F2 should be at full speed at the blue line and drive to the far post.  If F1 gets to the back side of the defense they should look for F2 on the back door.  F3 is also an option on the rush as they will come off the wall and support in the high slot.  If there is no play then F1 can carry the puck behind the net and set up.